Private Placements and Limited Offerings of Securities
A Guide for the Arkansas Practitioner (2 Volumes)
By Frances S. Fendler, Professor of Law, UALR Bowen School of Law
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"I wrote Private Placements and Limited Offerings for Arkansas lawyers who are not specialists in securities law. I wrote it primarily for lawyers whose practice includes representing small business clients in structuring ownership rights and arranging financing for small corporations, LLCs, and other types of business organizations or enterprises. Lawyers who overlook the potential application of the securities laws do so at their peril. If securities are involved, the lawyer who assists in structuring the enterprise may inadvertently subject his or her client to liability (and may subject the lawyer to malpractice claims that malpractice insurance may not cover). If disputes arise over control or financial rights in the small business enterprise, the lawyer who is unfamiliar with securities law may not recognize potential claims or defenses. The purpose of this book is to give the lawyer in these and other situations a firm understanding of basic federal and state securities law and to help the lawyer identify situations in which that law is implicated and how it applies."
-- Frances S. Fendler
Volume 1 - Private Placements and Limited Offerings of Securities - A Guide for the Arkansas Practitioner
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Volume 2 - Private Placements and Limited Offerings of Securities - A Guide for the Arkansas Practitioner Selected Statutes and Rules
This volume is a statutory supplement that contains the federal and state statutes and rules discussed in the main volume.
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Cumulative Supplement No. 3 - August 14, 2014
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Chapter 7A - Private Placements and Limited Offerings After the JOBS Act - August 15, 2013
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"This book offers a comprehensive and understandable look for the Arkansas practitioner into the sometimes murky, sometimes arcane and always challenging world of securities law. Frances has performed a real service, not only for those who don’t have much experience in the area, but also for those who practice securities law on a regular basis, in providing this basic guide to federal and Arkansas securities law."
-- John Selig, Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, P.L.L.C.